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CSPAN
Aug 19, 2013 7:00am EDT
. , presidente to do obama's agenda ought to be the deficit. great conservatives , whose number one priority is to reduce the deficit. the key is getting the president to focus on the deficit. doug collins is a good congressmen. we are really excited. we think the answer is more conservatives and we think the president has done a poor job. is joe from georgia. we will go to our independent line, nick is waiting from dickson, tennessee. good morning to you. what do you think the president's priority should be right now? caller: what they should be and what they is are two different things. his number one priority is the desolation of the constitution of the united states. and focusing more power in washington to create this he myth that sits on the chest of everybody, suffocating the economy and our rights, instilling political correctness in our children. these are not religious freedoms. it goes from amend didn't juan -- from amendment one, article two, amendment 4, 5, 10. this is what his main objective is. it is to create a socialist ideology out of a constitutional republic. hos
CSPAN
Aug 19, 2013 2:00pm EDT
investments in infrastructure, and do more to reduce the deficit down the sequester would. republicans have put forward a proposal that republicans themselves do not support. at the end of the day, congress has to come together and figure this out. in four years, we saw house republicans suggesting that the best way for us to resolve some of these budgetary issues was through the regular order. they insisted that the senate pass a budget, the democratic- led senate pass a budget. the democratic-led senate passed a budget. the next step is the appointment of tom freeze. -- fries. the person who is the leading advocate for the regular order budget process is now doing more than anyone to gum up the regular order budget rss. >> the senator right before the break, set out his own marker, and said the sequester is going to stay and tell the president comes forward with a plan for alternative cuts. until now, the white house has said we need revenue in addition to spending cuts. is the president going to continue to insist on tax increases to get rid of the sequester? >> i want to go back to this
FOX News
Aug 17, 2013 8:00am PDT
we heard about widespread furloughs, not really materializing. get this, the federal deficit is actually slinking. so is this proof it's time for even more cuts? maybe more sequesters? hi, everybody. i'm david asman. welcome to "forbes on fox." let's go in focus with the man himself, steve forbes, john candy, elizabeth mcdonald. e-mac, more cuts? >> biggest squawkers found way to stop the furlough. transportation, justice, education, pentagon. what they did is cut. even the government biggest union found ways to cut the fat. when the pentagon is doing war exercises because they warn the debt is so big and a threat to national security, if a president added $5 from on his watch and the bond market says the interest rates will go up if we continue to add to the debt, we have to do it now. >> david: rick, we understand that the sequester was arbitrary. a lot of cuts were done in a sloppy manner. if you leave it up to spineless politician in beltway, you won't get anything done. >> i don't disagree with that. but the results of the sequester aren't as bad as we thought. there's grea
MSNBC
Aug 23, 2013 1:00pm EDT
deficit went up. and by the time the republicans took over the house in 2011, they had made this a major issue. and understandably a lot of families said we're having to tighten our belts, the federal government should too. although part of what you want the federal government to do when everyone else is having a hard time is to make sure that you're providing additional support. as the economy has improved, the deficit has gone down. it's dropped at the fastest rate in 60 years. i want to repeat that because a lot of people think if you ask the average person what's happening with the deficit, they'd tell you it's going up. the deficit has been cut in half since 2009 and is on a downward trajectory. and it's going down faster than any time since world war ii. so we don't have a problem in terms of spending on education. we don't have a problem when it comes to spending on research and development. we do have a long-term problem that has to do with our health care programs, medicare and medicaid. the good news is, is that in part because of the affordable care act, obama care, cost
CNBC
Aug 23, 2013 4:00am EDT
better current account or lower current account deficits? >> well, you know, i think that the outflows are deserving by two things. one thing is quantitative easing tattering across the globe. and also due to long-term yields increasing in developed economies. of course, the investment, some of the investment is repatriated. another thing that the capital outflows discount is lower growth in emerging markets, which is a story that has been around now for six and eight-month and it does have some substance. and growth will be on average lower than what it used to be in emerging markets. so that's the point. i don't think that just because of capital movements you have an effect on the economies, on developed economies, what you call spillovers, but, of course, i think that the developed economies will have to do with lower growth from emerging economies, with lower demand, especially lower demand for commodities, especially for energy and metals, coming from emerging economies and this is a fact. so i don't see spillovers on the capital side. i definitely see spillover on the e
SFGTV2
Aug 20, 2013 12:30pm PDT
eminent issue, and we do have a structural budget deficit in the city, so we need to deal, of course, with the short-term balancing our budget in a way that does not decimate city services that people rely on, but also to address our long- term structural budget deficit, and that means implementing some budget reforms. smooth out our budget process so it is not a boom/bust kind of budget. reforming our pension system and retiree health care system so that they are stable. we do a decent job providing low-income housing. we do a terrible job providing housing for low or middle class and middle-class people, people who are working and paying taxes that we need to have here for a functioning economy, so i am looking for ways to try to fund that, particularly for essential employees like teachers, nurses, first responders. projects coming up in the city like the renovation of dolores park, which is a once in 50 years opportunity to define what the park is and what changes we want to make to it. that will be a very significant projects. [inaudible] when was the last time it rained? there
MSNBC
Aug 14, 2013 7:00pm PDT
, vulnerable and threatened by conflicts of interests. it ran deficits for years, despite vast amounts of money. it made the way for hillary clinton to literally move into the manhattan foundation office this fall. according to "the new york times" the clinton foundation brought in more than $214 million in revenues last year but it ran more than an $8 million deficit, deficit, in the red. today, rush limbaugh previewed how karl rove's impact and many others will be using "the times" report and distorting it when hillary clinton's campaign gets under way. >> the new york times has for some reason done an expose on the foundation. they have ripped the charity in the new york times. i'm telling you, not to make a big deal out of these things, but there are a lot of little things starting to align. is rush limbaugh editing this piece, that is in the new york times essentially points out that you know, this thing is losing money left and right. it raises money out the wazoo. it is running deficits and the clintons are getting rich. >> joining me now, one of the new york times reporters who
SFGTV2
Aug 22, 2013 1:00pm PDT
significant impacts if the deficit exists would create hazardous conditions or delays for pedestrians and bicycle. however, due to parking removal we would have a parking shortage but the shortfall is only considered substantial in a couple of locations. however, the purpose of the prp is to improve service for sin occupancy vehicles. the t p wouldn't have parking impacts. however, in consideration of the land use development in some corridors where parking lot would be significant there would be a significant and unavailable parking impact. in closings i have a few reminders for the record. staff is not here to answer comments today comments will be contributed in the writing document which will be respond to and make revisions. a court reporter is present as well as interpreters. there's no difference to the writing comments all comments will be treated the same way and those will be provided for your consideration before the certification of the financial eir. this is not a hearing to consider the proceeding of the process and they will be before the board of directors. comments today
MSNBC
Aug 15, 2013 10:00am PDT
and deficit issue. people are really concerned about the implementation of obama care across the board, whether you are talking about businesses, city grofovernments. >> you say a shutdown won't help. >> well, unfortunately, there's no way for us to defund obama care short of harry reid passing a bill in the senate and president obama signing it. i don't think that's going to happen. so what conservatives need to do is to point out to the american public the rolling disaster that the implementation of obama care is going to be and i think as americans come to realize that, hopefully we will create the political pressure to repeal this had bill once and for all. i really think that's probably the best shot at making sure obama care never takes firm or permanent root. >> i want to end with a trip you recently made to a state not too far from your own. i think they call it iowa. 2016. is a presidential run a couple years from now something you're thinking about? >> no. i went to iowa because if we're going to really repeal obama care, if we're going to come to terms with our debt and defi
CNBC
Aug 16, 2013 4:00am EDT
structural underlying problem is the twin deficits that india faces, and there hasn't been enough action, i think, to deal with those. i do think, though, that we're getting close to the point where the rupee will begin to look decent value, not just the rupee, but also in the equities. and part of the reason for that is that two or three months ago there were two factors that were potentially negative in india. one was the potential for a fiscal deterioration because of the food security bill. that unfortunately has come to pass. india has come forward with the food security bill. but the other fear was that india would issue a lot of banking licenses to industrial houses. i think that is a fear that is now receding, particularly with the appointment of rajman as the next rbi chief. he takes office next month and he's likely to be very independent and he will make a rational decision on those banking licenses. so that's one factor that is, i think, a medium term positive. the second, i think, is really the fact that india is go to be a beneficiary of -- of a global recovery, especially
CBS
Aug 16, 2013 11:00pm PDT
sleep ♪ into a one and a half game deficit... . >>> since the all star break, the a's are a game under 500 and see their six-game lead in the west turn into a one-and-a-half game deficit. former athletic nick swisher now with the cleveland indians. swisher ties it with base hit to right. the former fan favorite, however, was booed the entire night by a crowd of more than 17,000. the a's answer right back. two outs in the 7th. even gets on his horse. mike gallego gives him the green light. the relay throw is offline. those scores thrown out at third, but doesn't matter because the a's take the lead. close it out in the 9th and gets lucky as cabrera lines it to donaldson. a's win 3-2 and are now a half game back in the west. >>> buster posey had the night off, but the giants had best offensive showing of the season. hunter pence is one of many giants who had a huge night, driven five runs, two on the double and second inning to make it six nothing giants. hector sanchez tees off and hits second three-run homer in as many games. actually see where this one landed. the giants now up
FOX Business
Aug 21, 2013 8:00pm EDT
, nothing. neil: here is what worries me, maybe you too. soon as it looked like our deficit is going to be $600 billion, i am thinking wow, only? that looks great. but it is piled on to our debt, we think we're out of the danger zone. we're not are we? >> people have a fall sense of security, a news flash, $600 billion plus deficits are a problem. what is more important, looking out. to 10 years, we have a trillion dollar plus deficit, we have got treated three diseases, social insurance programs, he'll carry costs, and -- health care costs and outdated, inadequate tax system, they are playing with symptoms, they are not treating the disease. disease. disease. by the way. today, we found out our premiums are going up 18% for health care, i thought affordable care act would save us money. neil: its own little debt quagmire, thank you, dave walker. >> my pleasure. neil: get a tax break. then pay i it, it back. in california easier said than done. any last requests mr. baldwin? do you mind grabbing my phone and opening the capital one purchase eraser? i need to redeem some venture miles
CSPAN
Aug 17, 2013 10:30am EDT
budget. now we run budget deficits annually that are a trillion dollars. we have had deficits as large, almost as large as what the entire federal budget was as recently as when bill clinton was president. i'd argue to you that's a pretty big government x that's an unhealthy trajectory in government growth. and unfortunately, we crossed all of those trillion and two trillion and three trillion dollar thresholds while we had republican presidents. so there's a lot of work to be done in that area. a second thing that i would say measures how big of a government that we have is the sides of our -- the size of our national debt. we now have a gross national debt that is bigger than united states economy. i would say that that's a sign of a big government. but even the gross national debt doesn't really measure accurately all of the money we owe, all of the promises the federal government has made that it doesn't have money to pay for. if you look at that, we have unfunded liabilities to federal programs including the major entitlement programs, social security and medicare, well in excess
CSPAN
Aug 19, 2013 12:00am EDT
so there's your answer. . . quacks on the next washington journal, the debts and the deficit. some details on the health care and the decision to delay charges.out of pocket the nuclear waste storage object s with thet correspondent for the las vegas sun. >> in the last few years they have decided they are going to label us morally conditioned human beings unworthy of debate. >> ben schapiro will take your comments live starting at noon. then the civil rights leader john lewis. for biographer kitty kelley, and december 1, christina hoff sommers. 5, in depth. . book tv on c-span2 >> now a discussion on the public health care system and whether it can handle a disaster, man-made or disaster. among those representatives of the center for disease control and prevention. this is 40 minutes. >> good afternoon. i am with the alliance for health reform, and i want to welcome you on behalf of our board of directors on this program on how well america is prepared to deal with natural and man-made disasters. an intellectual exercise. i want to steal a sentence written by one of our panelists.
CNBC
Aug 19, 2013 4:00am EDT
up 0.8%. despite that wider than expected trade deficit. we saw the third largest trade deficit on record. also keep in mind for the shanghai markets, china hsbc on thursday. want to revisit that everbright story. china's everbright securities says it will have to sell off assets and raise more money to deal with the fallout of a major trading glitch. that's according to reuters. the brokerage has apologized for computer system problems on friday. that triggered this 5% spike in the shanghai composite. the problems forced ever bright to build up big shore positions and the brokerage remains under serious scrutiny. this morning everbright admitted to a mistake in bond trade due to human error. everbright says its proprietary trading arm has been closed for three months and regulators have limited its new positions in stock index futures. its stock was halted today but will resume trading tomorrow. and here's what's still coming up on the show. a slew of positive data suggests the uk housing recover is on solid ground but could a new bubble be forming? our next guest says it's just t
MSNBC
Aug 21, 2013 9:00am EDT
fastest drop in the deficit since world war ii. he is presiding over the lowest amount of discretionary spending since dwight eisenhower. he has done lots of things that we don't like, and he is never met -- not halfway, he's not met an eighth of the way. >> the liberals hadn't abandoned the president on this. when some of these republicans compromise with the president, they're getting targeted. look at richard burr. we've seen this. the old pac is going after lindsey graham. that seems to be what the tension -- >> much of that is sort of a spin-off from a lot of the district lines that are redistricting. some would say too many safe seats. so, you know, you have -- it's interesting to see ted cruise talk to his sort of inner circle of people. they're assuming -- it's called confirmation bias. assume everybody you talk to agrees with you. all 300 million people must agree with you. not true. >> you had a great line in "the washington post." you said, you know, the republican party doesn't need to treat like everything is a primary. you think that's an issue, governor? >> i think it is
PBS
Aug 19, 2013 11:00pm PDT
system is coming back to working. now in that process, the u.s. ran huge budget deficits. and through a very inelegant process, namely the sequester and so forth, the budget is now in pretty good shape. the u.s. has got its budget back to where it-- closer to where it should be than any of the others. >> rose: so we have a sustainable deficit, is that what you're saying? >> not yet. but the progress that was made in the last two years is very impressive. and if the u.s. continues and doesn't exaggerate by trying to get back to a balanced budget or 2% deficit too quickly, this growth will increase. it's about 2%, a little less now. it can go up to 2.5, and get back to what is regarded as normal which is around 3%. >> rose: you got there because bebe netanyahu now the prime minister was then finance minister, called you up and said how would you like to come back to israel, or come to israel and be the head of the central bank, correct? >> correct, yeah. we were sitting-- our anniversary is in decemberment and we were in the caribbean celebrating our anniversary. the phone rings and thi
FOX News
Aug 20, 2013 9:00pm EDT
have unfunded liabilit s liabilities, record debt deficits to the tune of $90 trillion, so, the question is, are we going to have people that are going to fight, really change the system to limited government, or the next republican president just manages the decline and it just takes a little longer to get there? >> i'm afraid at this point, we have these respites, you know, we had the great ronald reagan for eight years who really fought hard and began to turn the ship of state back and what happened? we get another republican, he immediately lurches into this compassionate conservatism, kindler and gentler, which really is just mealy mouthed for, let's launch back into big government. and prior to obama, w's administration, six years of republican rule in the house and the senate. i just have concluded after 40 years of looking at this and studying this and participating in it that our answers are less at the federal level, although we ought to fight them and more at the grass roots, bottom up -- >> agree with all of that. what about ted cruz? what about rand? what about rubi
FOX News
Aug 23, 2013 1:00pm PDT
credible plan to reduce these deficits, then we're going to have no choice but to downgrade you. we went from aaa to aa-plus, neil. >> craig, i don't think that bothers -- i really don't think it bothers them because the stigma ended when the scarlet letter was removed. in other words, and the jinx was up. s&p said, look, you're no longer aaa. people realize after that, all right, we're no longer aaa. what's bad about that is we sort of set our aspirations lower and we sort of acted that way. >> well, maybe so, but perception, you know, may sometimes be stronger than reality. but ultimately reality kicks in. look, we've already seen the treasury bills up -- or the 10-year note up a full percent. that's a big cost to us financing this $17 trillion. we don't even know how much of a debt increase -- or ceiling increase they're asking for. >> we should explain that, craig. you're a genious, but when you have $17 trillion and the bargaining goes up by a percent, it's a lot. that's a big worry for you, right? >> you bet. and here's the problem, neil. you know as well as i do 45% of the spendin
FOX News
Aug 15, 2013 11:00pm PDT
, get it out there, there's nothing new in here. so what. they support celebrities, run big deficits. >> yeah. very accurate. may be the case. a lot of people scratching their head, why "the new york times" would do an investigative piece on the foundation other than get it out of the way, get it out there and oh, yeah, i remember that three years ago. here's the thing, though. this is still going to be the vehicle probably afor the 2016 election. hillary clinton will take space in -- they have three or four floors of the time life building, she will take some of that for 2016. they were running massive deficits after almost taking $500 million over a ten-year period. it's wrought with cronyism, fake capitalism and a lot of payback. business ties in there we would want to look at. >> not exactly a draw dropper. how should republicans respond? i think it's a trap. they want republicans to say look at you supporting childhood or trying to get rit of childhood obesity or aids in africa, how dare you spend all that money, you took the bait gop. i have a theory of why "the new york times"
FOX Business
Aug 22, 2013 6:00pm EDT
our deficit is going down. that means the treasury came out today and several going to have to issue treasury two years. so as the treasury cuts back on their issuance -- dennis: that does this apply. >> exactly. dennis: the price stays hire. the industry stays lower. that's a good thing. >> also the fed does not want to be the only one behind the bonds. they continue. >> only issuing less and less bonds because the deficit is getting better and better. no one likes to talk about it. that helps. dennis: were talking about it. these bonds are buying every month. the quantitative easing. the other half is the interest-rate. zero to 1/4 point for several years. which is all street fair more? cutting back on a quantitative easing, bond purchases or a rise in interest rates that the fed imposes? >> well, now the market thinks that because they are tapering on the treasury's, that's going to lead to a tightening cycle. csn as the market thinks that they automatically price and the tightening cycle. right now we see it actually i was myself. 2015, actually pricing anywhere between 75 to 125
ABC
Aug 18, 2013 8:00am EDT
a lofty, lofty administration. and he's got immigration reform, gun control, a deficit deal. what, if any, can he accomplish? >> he's got a big fall coming up. he cut his vacation short. he went eight days instead of the normal two weeks. and the big problem for the president is they're facing three showdowns with the congress over shutting down the government, over the debt limit and the sequester which led to severe cuts in government funding. and the president has little leverage there, but he believes and the white house believes that the republican party is in an even weaker position. if they shut down the government for their cause to de-fund obamacare, they will relegate themselves to minority status for a generation. >> they have a lot on their plate domestically and internationally. >> be sure to join george for all the latest in egypt coming up on "this week." >>> and the other stories, rob powers is back with us this morning. hey, rob. >> we start with a story people have been following for days. good morning to you. in the news, a fundraiser for the family of a girl at
CSPAN
Aug 15, 2013 7:00am EDT
morning in the "wall street journal." disorder needs lawmakers' attention now. deficit hasu.s. been brought down. he says it is still a huge issue. he also points to health care, saying finding a way to slow down the growth of health care costs, which accounts for up to the five percent of federal spending this year and 31% by the year 2023, remains crucial to bring down the deficit. we do see it coming down. look, we do not think it is necessarily coming down in the right ways. sequestration was a hatchet across the federal government. a lot of pain as a result of it. it needs to be fixed. some of those accounts need to be restored. there are certainly things that can be cut. , what will reduce the deficit is a stronger economy. 1990's.his mix and the as the economy got stronger, the deficit went down. how did it get stronger? go clinton and even some republicans in congress back then made an investment in education, infrastructure, the very things the president was talking about. businesses do not become successful just like coming -- just by cutting. they have to invest. the time
FOX Business
Aug 18, 2013 2:30am EDT
capitalism and multimillion dollar deficit despite raking in nearly a half a billion dollars from 1997-2007. maybe they are catching on. they are definitely watching. by the way, good job, "new york times." it's about time, i can say that. see you all on "the five." have a great weekend, everybody. ♪ ♪ >>> despite all the litical fights, is the government's health insurance model a failure? after three years of run-ups, we have yet another delay in starting the affordable care act. is it collapsing? will it have to be massively redone? we're talking whether obama care will be synonymous with the symbol of failure right here, right now. >> from the fox business headquarters it's the "tom sullivan show." >> thanks for joining us. here's what i have on the top of the stack. the government so far has missed four important major obama care deadlines. first, they missed the medicare cuts, then the employer mandate, then eligibi
MSNBC
Aug 17, 2013 5:00am EDT
a debate how to stimulate the economy in 2009 and 2010 what the proper realm of deficit reduction would be. in 2011 there was a broad plan that was presented to them that they could have said yes to. what chris christie misses is in many respects the conversation has changed. the republican party is not willing to claim victory. >> this is from the gar state. there's a lack of quality control in the republican party when it comes to candidates. just look at new jersey, a state that republicans have eyed for a long time. this is the candidate that primary voters have chosen to run against cory booker in the state's special election for senate. here's what he stands for. he opposes marriage equality. he's against gun control. he's anti-abortion. even in cases of rape and incest. he wants to dismantle the irs. he's a hard liner on immigration and wants to make english the official language. buzz feed summarized it like this. he called social security a ponzi scheme. denounces spanish advertisement. and describes cory booker his pony in the new jersey senate election as a socialist wh
FOX News
Aug 17, 2013 7:30am PDT
widespread furloughs, not really materializing. get this, the federal deficit is actually slinking. so is this proof it's time for even more cuts? maybe more sequesters? hi, everybody. i'm david asman. welcome to "forbes on fox." let's go in focus with the man himself, steve forbes, john candy, elizabeth mcdonald. e-mac, mor
PBS
Aug 19, 2013 6:30pm PDT
reacting. they say india is not in danger of a full-blown crisis as an 1991. in a bid to narrow the deficit and stabilize the rupee, policymakers have raised short- term rates. >> bad weather and mechanical failures have played the challenger series. >> new zealanders were forced out when their hydraulic system failed. another race was called off because of some very strong winds. a few races are set to get underway shortly. still ahead, stay with us. when we come back, the campaign trail here in germany>> welcome. it is campaign season here in germany with lawmakers back from their summer holidays. >> candidates are traveling across the country to mobilize a meet and greet voters. medical parties are stepping up their campaign efforts. >> who want to look at people running the campaign. >> on the campaign trail. looking for reelection to germany's parliament, but also the christian democrat unions secretariat which makes them angela merkel's chief election campaign manager. >> it is essential we provide as many opportunities as possible for voters to listen to angela merkel. she is going t
FOX News
Aug 17, 2013 8:30am PDT
-profit rife with crony capitalism and multimillion dollar deficit despite raking in nearly a half a billion dollars from 1997-2007. maybe they are catching on. they are definitely watching. by the way, good job, "new york times." it's about time, i can say that. see you all on "the five." have a great weekend, everybody. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> doug: in cairo, a place of prayer is now a fortress filled with gunshot and bloodshed. a sign of how rapidly stability in egypt is deteriorating. almost 200 people have been killed as protesters between supporters and opponents of the muslim brotherhood become increasingly violent. the egyptian government is vowing to "quite terrorism through security measures." leland vittert is following the situation from our mideast bureau now. leland? >> reporter: doug, there is no question the muslim brotherhood protest becomes nothing short of a full armed insurrection inside of
MSNBC
Aug 20, 2013 12:00pm PDT
good. look what's happening. the deficit is actually decreasing for once. the see quester is actually having an impact. republicans are not united on how to respond to this. the democrats are saying that we need at least some revenues to have a deal to reverse the sequester. that's actually probably the one thing that has republicans united. virtually all of them, minus the few i mentioned like john mccain, won't go for the deal that includes revenues. when we get back into the fall sessi session, we're probably nowhere closer to a resolution, despite the impacts people are feeling. >> speaking of defense cuts, we're talking about an additional $52 billion that will be cut at the start of the fiscal year. obviously, you have democrats saying this is going to be our leverage to bring republicans to the table. but a path to the budget deal runs through the senate. how much are republicans going to be willing to play this game of chicken if it means, you know, at the end of the day getting a broader deficit reduction bill? you have hawkish senators like mccain, like lindsey graham. are t
CSPAN
Aug 20, 2013 7:00am EDT
president debating deficits, and, oh, the world is going to end because of the deficit. they are not debating the world will end because of the lack of employment despite the fact that for young people in the united states, those under 24, this is thee worst labor market in the history of the whole united states. there's never been in any period, more difficulty for people who are young, black, white, yellow, anything, to get a job. typically we finish with high school graduation, and typically, 18 to 19-year-olds, economic history, somewhere 58% or 55% would be employed. they are suffering employee 40% and have been suffering below 40% for our four years. 40% of the 18 to 19-year-olds -- that's not sustainable for the country. it's not much better as we look at those who will add to the population finishing college and finishing community college. they are still suffering from record low employment opportunities back to the 1960s when women were entering the labor force in that age group, so the fact that we don't have a national conversation about this, the fact that the media does
ABC
Aug 18, 2013 2:00am PDT
attention deficit disorder. since hiring his brother to be his chef pablo sandoval lastnds 22 pounds in six weeks. tonight it paid off. score less in the fourth with two outs. sandoval hits a grounder to first. it will be close, but the pan you ad wins it. panda wins the race. still in the fourth and giants are up and he can't make the diving catch. it will go to the wall. he slides into third with a triple. matt cain shut out the marlins until the 6th and that's when stanton unloads a monster two-run blast at 454 feet. it is one of the longest ever hit and that cuds the -- cuts the lead in half. the for res grounder -- torres grounder goes off the bat and it is improved to 8-8. and still to come, stanford gets the highest ever pre-season ranking in the college football poll. and the seahawks fly by the broncos thanks to a pair of plays that covered more than for colon cancer? estd i don't have any symptoms. [female announcer] of cancers affecting both men and women, colorectal cancer is the 2nd leading cancer killer in the united states. and it doesn't always cause symptoms, especia
CSPAN
Aug 23, 2013 7:00am EDT
and balanced eapproach to deficit reduction. where we make targeting spending cuts rather than taking the hatch off. that's the agenda that the republicans have embraced. if they continue down the path of extremist through the fall and next year, what i think is going to happen it's going to be give us more opportunities to expand the map and win congressional races that no one is predicting we have a chance to win. that's why we're doing everything we can in the democratic party to aggressiving on map expansion. that's why we're in arizona for our d.n.c. meeting. after this i will be go to texas for the next few days where there's been huge demographic shift a lot of unregistered hispanic citizen and get them registered and out to vote we know will support democratic candidates because they embrace our agenda and reject the alienation and extremism of the republicans. we're looking to turn states reliable red and purple and eventually blue. that's what american voters will have a choice between. they'll continue to choose democrats and we're going to have a lot of opportunities for s
MSNBC
Aug 17, 2013 5:00pm EDT
conditions are back. what could be more christian than putting $120 billion a year on the deficit. jesus said in matthew 10:9, he commands his followers to heal the sick. he heals more people than can be counted. don't forget, the good samaritan paid for an ill grant's health care out of pocket. this is why the church built so many hospitals. they were following jesus' marching orders. >> is this a good place for the republicans to be on the campaign trail? they'll waive the plastic jesus in one hand and they'll take away and try to repeal obamacare in the other hand. >> i think when people get a sense of what is involved, going into 2016, i absolutely think it is a winning issue. if we look to countries that have a national government run health care system like in britain where you have to wait 55 days for cancer surgery. 43 days for heart bypass. you talk about finding out what's wrong with people. >> there's waiting in every system. i had to wait six weeks for an angiogram. come on now. there's waiting every where. >> let's take good example. in the u.s., the average wait time for an
ABC
Aug 17, 2013 11:00pm PDT
the competition, but control his attention deficit disorder. since hiring his brother to be his chef pablo sandoval last 22 pounds in six weeks. tonight it paid off. score less in the fourth with two outs. sandoval hits a grounder to first. it will be close, but the pan you ad wins it. panda wins the race. still in the fourth and giants are up and he can't make the diving catch. it will go to the wall. he slides into third with a triple. matt cain shut out the marlins until the 6th and that's when stanton unloads a monster two-run blast at 454 feet. it is one of the longest ever hit and that cuds the -- cuts the lead in half. the for res grounder -- torres grounder goes off the bat and it is improved to 8-8. and still to come, stanford gets the highest ever pre-season ranking in the college football poll. and the seahawks fly by the broncos thanks to a pair of plays that covered more than rose bowl victory things are expected at stanford. it is the school's highest ever pre-season ranking. alabama is number one followed by ohio state and oregon. stanford went through the third practi
FOX Business
Aug 21, 2013 9:00pm EDT
not talking about our federal deficit. and talking about the amount of money that we owe in student loans. it is so big of a crisis, 7 million borrowers are currently in default on both federal and student loans. now a new report by the center for american progress says it has a solution. bankruptcy. should this really be an option for student loans? let's bring in a co-author of that report. thank you for being with us. please make your case. >> thank you, dennis. investors in america made a bad bet. they have bankruptcies. americans to invest in themselves are education and find out that they have a high interest rate loan or are ia program that is giving them a minimum wage job and a graduate should have the same option to get a fresh start. dennis: didn't we at some point tighten up the bankruptcy laws? we wanted to stop people from being able to adjust file bankruptcy and walk ay from credit card debt? debts that they themselves accumulated on their own free will. >> we tightened up the laws a lot, but the laws on student loans are even tighter. basically you have to prove cert
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